Here is a nice review of a good low-priced rangefinder.
Even though it’s the lowest-priced rangefinder on the market, the Bushnell Yardage Pro Sport 450 still has features like a weather-resistant design and textured surface for sure handling in foul weather. One-button operation gives distance in through-the-lens LCD readout (within 1-yd. accuracy).
The Bushnell Yardage Pro Sport 450 laser rangefinder 20-1916 is the Bushnell compact laser rangefinder. This rangefinder has a horizontal design with a textured grip, 5 yard minimum distance, and a sleek steamlined casing, this Bushnell Sport 450 renge finder is a great addition to the Bushnell 2005 line-up. The 4x Sport 450 rangefinders 201916 take 9 Volt battery, and comes with a carrying case and strap.
Bushnell Yardage Pro Sport 450 Laser Rangefinder
Hunters looking for a compact rangefinder need look no further than the new Bushnell 20-1916 Yardage Pro Sport 450 Laser Rangefinder. This unit comes standard with the outstanding performance you’ve come to expect from Bushnell laser rangefinder.
Sport 450 Rangefinder – Ideal for Sportsmen
Fog proof, and fully multi-coated optics make Bushnell laser rangefinders superior to any other rangefinder out there. Golfers, Hunters, and Sportsmen alike will agree that this Sport 450 Yardage Pro from Bushnell makes your sport more fun.
The Bushnell Elite 1500 ARC Mossy Oak Laser Rangefinder belongs to well-known Bushnell Elite series. The Elite series are terrific rangefinders for hunting.
Bushnell Elite 1500 Laser Range Finder one of the finest laser rangefinders on the planet. This Bushnell laser range finder is accurate from 5 to 1,500 yards. The Elite 1500 range finder features bright, razor-sharp images, and a selective target system. It is very sterdy and impervious to the elements, with the all-weather clarity of Rainguard and an internal LED for low light. The Bushnell Elite 1500 ARC Laser Rangefinder is a new model with Angle Range Compensation (ARC) that accounts for steep terrain and calculates bullet drop. You simply can’t do any better than this one. The mossy oak finish on this one makes it easier to hide in the brush while stalking your prey.
- Built-in inclinometer. Angle Range Compensation (ARC) – Extreme up- and downhill angles alter true horizontal distance to your target. ARC accounts for the terrain angle when calculating distance, so you know precisely how to shoot the range. No guesswork. Just backstraps.
- Bow mode – provides true horizontal distance from 5 to 99 yards
- Rifle mode – provides bullet-drop/ holdover data in inches from 100 to 600 yards
- BullsEye mode – displays the distance of closest object
- Brush mode – displays the distance of background objects
- Standard SCAN mode
- 100% waterproof, fogproof
- Fully multi-coated optics
- Twist-up eyepiece
- Built-in tripod mount
- Rubber armored
Like new Bushnell Elite 1500 rangefinder
Bought this before the start of this season, but it’s a little "overkill" for me. Works great, I have ranged stuff out to 1496 or 97 yards. Comes with all paperwork and manuals,as well as the original box.
Review of the Elite 1500
The range finder I currently have is the faithful Bushnell Elite 1500. I have used it to range a reflective target out to 1660 yards and trees out to 1115 yards in ideal conditions. But, I found this range finder to be interesting at calculating the up and down of the shot.
Elite 1500 Rangefinder with ARC MONBU Rangefinder
Rangefinder what a well made item. I looked for over 6 months trying to narrow down what to buy and finally bought Bushnell Elite 1500 Rngfndr w ARC MONBU Rangefinder.
Here are some different information I have found regarding the Bushnell Magnum Phantom scope. There were alot of people who have used this scope over the years.
Bushnell Magnum Phantom
The outdoor society of Field-N-Water live for the outdoors and if a Bushnell Magnum Phantom is what you are probing for, then a Bushnell Magnum Phantom is what you will find at Field-N-Water.
The telescope is the most Magnum Phantom 1.5 × magnifying produced by Bushnell (sometimes with a rubber protection around the eye identical to that of OB50), but optical 4 × 32 teams also others.
The Nikon Archer’s Choice Rangefinder has a 100 yeard range and comes with an elevation compensation utility which will help you adjust to your target for changes in terrain. This is a great camera for bowhunters Nikon’s advanced Incline/Decline (ID) technology helps you dtermine the range from a treestand or in steep terrain just like over flat ground. Just aim, push the button and plan your shot according to the displayed distance. The inside mechanism figures out and compensates the incliantion for you. It’s waterproof, fogproof, multicoated optics offer 6X magnification and generous 18mm eye relief. With ID on, the unit measures in 1-yd. increments. With ID off, it measures in 1⁄2-yd. increments. 100-yd. range.
"This is the second one I have bought so far. Bought this one for my dad. I have used my own for a year now and have had no problems. Very easy to use and hasn’t let me down."
Northernontariohunter1 from Northern Ontario Canada
"I have purchased Nikon products in the past, including range finders I have liked. This range finder worked well for angle compensation although performed very poorly when in fog or humidity. My main concern or reason for returning this product was multiple range discrepencies with minimal amounts of brush or limbs. Constant readings of 5-7 yards while trying to range elk at at least 40 yards on several occasions this year became frusterating."
JohnRDM from OR
"Works as advertised. Easy to use right out of the box. First use was just before daylight and I was getting readings around me with no problem. I was surprised to say the least."
This is the 2008 model for the Bushnell family that is currently the smallest laser rangefinder on the market. This is the world’s smallest rangefinder which weights only 6.6 ounces and can lock onto distances from 5 to 1,000 yards. The Tour V2 rangefinder is legal for tournament play.
This model can accurately zoom in on a flag up to 300 yards away and a tree 600 yards away. The surrounding rubber cover is made so that is it easy to grip in one hand. With the pinseeker mode lets you easily lock onto the pin to measure its distance. Since the rangefinder is held in a vertical position in your hand rather than horizontally, it is easier to hold to device steady in order to lock onto your target.
When you figure in the small size and the optics of the Bushnell lenses, you can’t wrong wrong with this device. If you are a competitive golfer who wants accurate distances, then this is the model for you. One of the nice features about this device is that you can use it one the range as well to determine exactly how far you hit each club with any given swing. Even though many ranges have marked distances to the flag, any player has a different perspective and therefore different distance to the target. That is why this type of device is a handy addition to any golfer’s arsenal.
Bushnell Tour V2 with Pinseeker Laser
It is awesome. I had the old version of the smallest rengefinder on earth without pinseeker technology. I believe the tour pro. It worked well but if there was no wind and you were quite aways from the green sometimes you could not pick up the flag.
Bushnell Tour V2 Golf Rangefinder
Crappy rangefinders don’t give you a solid and accurate number. You have to “guess” which of the 14 numbers (which flashed in 2.3 seconds by the way) are correct. The Bushnell Tour V2 uses “Pinseeker” technology to lock in on the flagstick and give you … The Bushnell Tour V2 is a solid laser rangefinder and gives me great yardages. I used it for about 35 rounds before I had to replace the battery, which only cost me $8.00.